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Iroha Sushi of Tokyo


12953 Ventura Blvd, Studio City
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Picking a favorite casual sushi spot in Studio City is like picking a favorite canyon to cut through during rush hour—everyone has one, and everyone thinks theirs is the best. For us, we’ll always keep Iroha close. Hiding behind a folk art boutique on Ventura Blvd., Iroha is a Valley classic with a large indoor/outdoor space that feels like you’re eating sushi in a bamboo forest. The menu is too big for its own good—we’ve yet to flip through every page—but you really only need to concentrate on a few things: the spicy tuna on crispy rice, spicy miso soup, and any of their bento lunch boxes (soup, salad, rice, three pieces of sushi, and choice of sashimi or tempura for $24).

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